COVID-19 has brought many changes to our communities, affecting the ways we live, work and interact. But throughout these changes, one thing has stayed constant: United Health Centers is determined to serve you and our community in a safe manner. #uhcinthecommunity

Dr. Raven Scales

Dr. Raven Scales

Pharmacy Director

Dr. Raven Scales, as the new Director of Pharmacy for United Health Centers. We are excited to have her join our team. She earned her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Florida A&M University in 2019, and received a B.S in chemistry from North Carolina A&T State University in 2015. Since graduating, Raven took pride in managing pharmacies in communities that needed better access to care and more medical resources.

It is her passion to help underserved communities, while improving health literacy in those who need it most. She is looking forward to getting United Health Centers’ pharmacy up and running in a community where there is not a pharmacy close by. Raven has big plans for the pharmacy to provide a range of services for patients to help overcome health disparities commonly seen in our communities. The primary goal of opening an in-house pharmacy at United Health Centers is to achieve health equity for all.

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United Health Centers is actively monitoring the spread of coronavirus.  Our number one priority is the safety of our staff and patients.

If you have symptoms of coronavirus such as fever with cough or shortness of breath, please stay home and call your primary care provider. If you are experiencing acute respiratory symptoms, call 911 or seek immediate treatment.

If you have traveled abroad in the 14 days prior to developing symptoms OR had direct contact with a person diagnosed with COVID-19, please notify your primary care provider BEFORE coming to the clinic.

We want to be available to you for questions and medical treatment.  In many cases, this can be done safely and effectively over the phone.

There are things you and your family can do to stay healthy:

First, wash hands frequently and thoroughly.
Second, avoid touching your face.
Third, stay home if you are not feeling well.

This is a rapidly evolving situation.  For up-to-date information, please visit the links provided below.

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